Lake Edward is over 2000 acres, and about 2 miles north to south and 1 mile east to west and basically oval in shape, with 100% sand shore. The average depth is 15 feet, with a lot of structure, and a 75 foot hole. Lake Edward is well known for it’s fishing, but is also large enough for water skiing and much quieter than a chain of lakes.
Annually the lake is stocked with walleye fry, and is also home to northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, sunfish, and crappies. You may also find the occasional perch and maybe a dogfish or even a bullhead. A day of fishing can be pretty interesting! Lake Edward DNR Info | Download a Lake Edward DNR Map PDF